Tuesday, July 25, 2023

Two visiting author talks coming up at Adirondack Center for Writing

Saranac Lake, NY – Debut author Kate Doyle was a 2020 resident at Adirondack Center for Writing’s annual Anne LaBastille Memorial Writing Residency on Twitchell Lake.

At 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 2, hear her read from her collection, I Meant it Once (Algonquin Books, 2023) and converse with fellow Anne LaBastille resident and ACW’s visiting writer, Erin Dorney. The pair will discuss Kate’s new book as well as their experiences at Lake Twitchell. Doyle and Dorney met at Twitchell Lake and have gone on to attend other retreats together, proving that a residency can create long-lasting community among writers. Audience questions will be welcome, so we invite your curiosity about residencies, the publishing process, and more.

Kate Doyle is the author of I Meant It Once, published by Algonquin Books in the US and Corsair in the UK. A former bookseller and a 2021 A Public Space Fellow, she has lived in New York City, Amsterdam, and Ithaca, NY. Her stories have appeared or are forthcoming in No Tokens, Joyland, Split Lip, Electric Literature, and elsewhere. This event is free to attend. Register Here.

Theresa-Xuan Bui

Join us Friday August 4th, at The Adirondack Center for Writing and meet writer and performer Theresa-Xuan Bui, who is currently an artist in residence at Craigardan in Elizabethtown, NY. Bui recently appeared in Upper Jay Art Center’s performance, “The Monarch Report.” As a writer and artist, Bui asks, “How will I establish space for my loved ones, my sisters, the liminal, radical, exquisite, unseen, and all the more? To answer, I write.” Explore their work at www.bui.house and bring any questions you have!

Theresa-Xuan Bui (they/them) is a queer non-binary Vietnamese-American artist questioning the intersections of the personal and political as a means to critically imagine the future. Through drawing and dancing, they translate their embodied practice into a performance of language and sound. The work does not seek to answer or proclaim, but rather, openly and recklessly process the self within larger power structures. They are a princess of the Bui household, a legacy of Vietnamese refugees and vanguard Asian-Americans. Born and raised in Bronx, NY, Theresa moved to Houston, TX before pursuing a BFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MIC/A).

This event is free to attend.
Please Register here.

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